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NJ Frees Mexican National Who Then Commits Triple Murder In Missouri (Details)

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The headline says it all.

After New Jersey released a Mexican national from jail, he went on to murder three people in Missouri.

From Daily Caller:

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A Mexican national charged with killing three people in Missouri in early November was released from a New Jersey county jail in 2017, despite being the subject an active immigration detention request, federal authorities said Friday.

Luis Perez, 23, allegedly killed two of his ex-roommates in Springfield, Missouri, on Nov. 1 and then, a day later, shot and killed a woman who had accompanied him to the first two murders.

A similar case occured in Portland, Oregon.

The sheriff failed to notify ICE after releasing an illegal alien, who then murdered his wife only months after he was released.

From KOIN 6:

A man accused of murdering his wife and leaving her body in a ditch is at the center of a firestorm between ICE and the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office.

Federal officers said they placed an immigration hold on Martin Gallo-Gallardo when he was arrested in a domestic violence case in March, months before Coral Rodriguez-Lorenzo was killed.

Officials with the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office said they didn’t get the request. But even if they had, officials said they wouldn’t have honored it because of a 2014 federal court ruling.

ICE’s statement:

“ICE maintains that cooperation by local law enforcement is an indispensable component of promoting public safety. Gallo-Gallardo is a citizen of Mexico who has been previously apprehended by the Border Patrol multiple times unlawfully entering the United States. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) placed an immigration detainer on Gallo-Gallardo on March 6, following his arrest for Felony Assault 4th degree. The Multnomah County Jail did not honor that detainer and Gallo-Gallardo was released on bond on March 8.

The fact is, ICE placed an immigration detainer on Gallo-Gallardo on March 6, following his arrest for Felony Assault 4th degree. The detainer specifically requested notification of Gallo-Gallardo’s release. Under current Oregon law, Multnomah County does not honor detainers in any way. The jail did not contact ICE to provide advance notification of Gallo-Gallardo’s release, which is something routinely done by other counties. Because the detainer request was ignored, Gallo-Gallardo was released on bond on March 8.

In addition to false claims that ICE never filed a detainer, the county’s statement on this matter ignores the fact that there is no mechanism for a judge to issue a criminal warrant for an administrative immigration arrest. Oregon’s sanctuary policies fail to recognize federally established processes for the enforcement of immigration law, and they do so at the expense of the safety of their citizens.”

Start at the 10-minute mark, as the sheriff attempts damage control:

Sheriff Mike Reese press conference

The Multnomah County Sheriff addresses the media over the ICE claim they did not hold an undocumented person who is now charged with murder Story details: https://bit.ly/2P5Rzph

Posted by KOIN 6 on Friday, November 2, 2018

In 2015, Hillary Clinton boasted about voting to build “barriers” on the southern border to keep out illegal aliens while she was a senator.

In 2009, Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said illegal immigration is “wrong.”

However, President Donald Trump chose to tweet out a 2005 clip of former President Barack Obama basically saying illegals were not welcome in America, noting that illegals “disrespect the rule of law.”

Obama: “Those who come here illegally and those who employ them disrespect the rule of law and they are showing disregard for following the law. We simply cannot allow people to pour into the United States undetected, undocumented, unchecked, circumventing the line of people who are waiting patiently, diligently and lawfully to become immigrants in this country.”

Trump agrees with Obama.

WATCH:

On Hillary’s stance from 2015:

“Well look, I voted numerous times when I was a senator to spend money to build a barrier to try to prevent illegal immigrants from coming in. And I do think you have to control your borders.”

WATCH:

On Schumer circa 2009, via Fox News Insider:

But in a speech in 2009, Schumer espoused views against illegal immigration that sound strikingly similar to what President Trump has said since 2015.

WATCH:

While speaking in Texas on Monday night before 18,000 at the Toyota center, Trump said the Honduran migrant caravan (with some people reportedly from Congo, Bangladesh, and other nations) is paid for, and “Democrats had something to do with it.”

President Trump: You know what’s happening right now is a large group of people, called a caravan. (Boos) You know how this caravan started? You know what this means? (gestures cash payouts) I think the Democrats had something to do with it. And now they’re saying, I think we made a big mistake. We see how bad it is. How pathetic it is. How bad our laws are. They made a big mistake. And look that is an assault on our country. And in that caravan you have some very bad people. And we can’t let that happen to our House.

WATCH:

Earlier that day, 45 sent this tweet:

 

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